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Football: Denmark receiver Ze'Vian Capers commits to Auburn
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Denmark's Ze'Vian Capers makes a move on a defender during the Danes' game against White County on Oct. 19, 2018 at Denmark High School. - photo by Ben Hendren

Denmark wide receiver Ze'Vian Capers reopened his college recruitment in early June, and it took less than a month for the highly-touted college prospect to find a new home.

In a video shared to his Twitter page on Monday night, Capers announced that he would be committing to play football at Auburn University. 

Capers committed to Arkansas in early February, but since then, the four-star recruit has seen more college offers from top-tier schools come in, and he decommitted to keep his options open. Capers selected the Tigers over South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida and North Carolina, among others.

In his junior year with Denmark, Capers racked up 60 catches for 1,182 yards and a county-leading 11 touchdowns. He'll certainly have a big role with the Danes again this fall, as they look to meet their lofty expectations with key additions to the offense like former Buford quarterback Aaron McLaughlin, a high-major college prospect himself, and former South Forsyth running back Jordan Brunson, who committed to Virginia Tech last week.